Roman Barrymore is dead. As his soul is
being fought over by angels and demons, he is given a choice
by the captain of the angelic warriors; either dwell in
purgatory, the threshold of heaven to repent, or delay
eternity by rallying an army to fight for the passage between
life and death.
Nina de Lacy has been dead for three
hundred years. Currently her soul is trapped in the body of a
living woman. Nina possesses an ability that will help Roman
fight for the dominion of the passage. He must use Gray
Talbot and Damian Hart to help him though. Gray and Damian
were Nina’s companions in life and continue to be in death.
Retrieving her will not be easy but without her, good cannot
triumph over evil.
Roman and Nina shouldn’t be able to feel
anything for each other but they do. What can come of an
attraction between two dead souls though?
Retrieval is an
extraordinary story. There are amazing theories and images;
and the concepts of heaven, hell and the blurred lines in
between are fascinating. Nina’s ethereal beauty is matched by
her magnificent personality and Roman is an extremely handsome
and honorable man. I didn’t want it to end because I wanted to
see more of Roman and Nina together. Retrieval
is intense, moving, action-packed, and sensual. It’s a
profound story that could easily become a fantastic series.